EVD.DE - CTS Eventim AG & Co. KGaA

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
+0.30 (+0.56%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close53.70
Bid53.90 x 13700
Ask53.95 x 13300
Day's Range53.25 - 54.45
52 Week Range30.64 - 54.45
Avg. Volume145,278
Market Cap5.208B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.87
PE Ratio (TTM)42.19
EPS (TTM)1.28
Earnings DateNov 21, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.62 (1.15%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-09
1y Target Est43.28
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Road toll companies also made mistakes - German transport minister

    Contracts the German government signed with private companies to implement its road toll scheme - which a European court has since ruled illegal - were cancelled partly due to breaches by the companies, Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer said. Scheuer said the EU court ruling was one reason for cancelling the contracts but there had also been failures on the part of the companies as they had not respected certain deadlines and ordered services from sub-contractors even after the ruling.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Vendors plan to seek compensation from German govt over thwarted toll-report

    The companies that were set to operate the German motorway vignette scheme scuppered by a European Court ruling earlier this week plan to demand 300 million euros ($339.21 million) compensation from Berlin, Der Spiegel reported on Friday. The magazine said that the vendor companies had expected to make some 2 billion euros in profit from the scheme, which the EU's highest court ruled discriminatory against drivers from neigbouring countries. The German Transport Ministry was attempting to reduce the size of the claims the government faced, Der Spiegel added.

  • Reuters

    Car toll in its current form is off table, but discussion needs to go on, German minister says

    Germany will accept and immediately implement the EU top court decision that a planned highway toll for cars breaches European law, Germany's transport minister said on Tuesday, but he added that the political discussion on the issue would continue. Asked whether Berlin is planning a new push to introduce a toll on users of Germany's highly frequented highways, Andreas Scheuer said: "It's much too early to say this today." He added a task force would now look into possible alternatives. The European Court of Justice earlier on Tuesday backed a challenge from Austria, which said Berlin's plan to put the economic burden of the toll on drivers from EU countries while giving German car owners a tax relief over the same amount, was discrimination.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-EU court rules German road toll for foreigners is discriminatory

    A planned German highway toll for cars discriminates against foreign drivers and breaches European Union law, the EU's highest court said on Tuesday. The European Court of Justice backed a challenge from Austria, which charged the economic burden of the toll fell solely on drivers from EU countries other than Germany. The ruling means Germany cannot introduce the toll, which was due to take effect in October 2020.